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Re: species Pelargonium ID

  • Subject: Re: species Pelargonium ID
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 07:54:39 -0600

I didn't mean it at all in a nasty or superior sense.  Sorry if I offended
you - Will also spells the term thus and I simply thought to correct you
both in as lighthearted way as I could.  I don't  know how to sound any
more tactful.

p.s. I'm an amateur myself.  Most of us are.

>I dont need a slap on the wrist in public just because I didnt check my
>subject line. This is what drives people away from e-groups in this faceless
>FYI I do know how to use it. See
>http://www.marksgardenplants.com/galanthus_images.htm and I am an amateur
>growing plants for a hobby

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